Calmondin Question Regarding Seedling
recently i started a calmondin seedling from seed.
i had planted the seeds around october and then kept them inside the whole time.
it grew to about 2 inches, and then absolutely stopped growing for months.
even though it stopped growing, it was a nice color green and didnt look like it was having any issues.
in april, i decided that it would be best to move it from inside to outside, and when i did the stem immediately turned brown and the stem wilted (getting really thin) and all the seedlings died.
any idea what could have caused this?
could it have been me overwatering it?
how long do seedlings stay small w/out growing any new leaves?
i may have goofed it up also by planting in october, however i have heard that citrus seeds do not grow if they are "dried", so i have been told that if you have a citrus fruit and are growing from seed, to immediately plant the citrus seed, is this true?
any insight regarding this would be helpful as i will try to grow the calmondins from seed once again soon (as soon as some family friends fruits come up)